> > If you are on a Perl that does not have 64-bit int and you are not using
> > the stringified *_str fields, you may have overflowed the Perl precision
> > limit this morning, which bit TTYtter users hard. Just a friendly warning
> > to check your code, or use BigInt if you can rely on that support.
> 
> Cameron, I'm not experiencing any problems in Net::Twitter applications.  
> As long as "id".  All of JSON::Any backends (JSON::XS, typically) result 
> in a value that maintains its full precision as long as it's used in a 
> string context.  Am I missing something that's going to bite me (and 
> therefore Net::Twitter users in general)?

If you're treating it purely as a string, no (but I don't know how JSON::*
handles things that appear to be integer values, and "id" is not stringified
itself in the raw JSON).

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